Yonex MP-5i HS

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Andy Zarzuela, Dec 24, 2004.

  1. Andy Zarzuela

    Andy Zarzuela Professional

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    Any thoughts on this racquet. I remember hitting with one strung at a really low tension, but do you think with proper tension.....it can be a good racquet? I think it would be a good replacement for my MP-2is, because I'm wanting something a little heavier.
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  2. Ronaldo

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    Thought it was a decent racquet, stiffer than the RQ Ti 1700 with less feel. A really positive endorsement, eh? Heavier, but not enough.
     
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  3. mtakako

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    anyone got the exact spec of this racket? I have one , but can no longer find the spec for the racket.
     
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  5. Andy Zarzuela

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    I really like the unique extreme Oval shape on this racquet. I played with the URQ 1700 for years, but aways wanted something slightly heavier. Any other comments? THX.
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  6. Andy Zarzuela

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    27.5" long
    11.5 ounces strung
    67 RDA (stiffness)
    24/25 beam thickness
    16x18 pattern
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  7. Andy Zarzuela

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    27.5" long
    11.5 ounces strung
    67 RDA (stiffness)
    24/25 beam thickness
    16x18 pattern
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  8. mtakako

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    thanks for the info...
     
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